The Canterbury Tales

Why is it appropriate for the Miller to tell this particular story?

Miller's tale

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The Miller is rude and contemptuous of his fellow travelers. His tale is a comic story of a devious student who contrives to have an affair with the wife of a dimwitted carpenter. The miller too is rather devious. He often withholds flour from customers and can be boorish.